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Fleischer StudiosBetty Boop: More Pep (1936)

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"Uncle Max" (Max Fleischer) draws Betty and Pudgy out of the inkwell. Pudgy is tired and unwilling to perform on Betty's command. Betty uses pen and ink to draw a machine that give Pudgy more pep. Unfortunately, the machine soon runs amok, speeding up not only Pudgy and Betty, but the entire city as well. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/More_Pep)



This movie is part of the collection: Film Chest Vintage Cartoons

Producer: Fleischer Studios
Audio/Visual: sound, b/w
Keywords: Betty Boop; Max Fleischer

Creative Commons license: Public Domain


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